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Couple's Nessie sighting added to official Loch Ness Monster register


By Andrew Dixon

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Loch Ness.
Loch Ness.

A new Nessie sighting has become the second on the official register for 2023.

The couple's photos from June 15 have been added to the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.

The register stated: "Etienne Camel, a pharmacist from Lyon, and his wife Eliane, were visiting Loch Ness and claimed to have spotted a 65ft-long dark shape moving just beneath the surface of the water for several minutes.

"They were taking pictures from the west side of the loch near Invermoriston."

Click here to see one of the photos on the register.

It comes after a £25,000 reward was being offered to anyone who finds definitive proof of Nessie's existence. The prize fund was announced by self-made millionaire Dave Fishwick, also known as Bank of Dave, earlier this month.

The year's first official sighting on the register came from Francesca McGarvey on April 5.


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